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10 million people in U.S. don't have a park near home, survey says

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10 million people in U.S. don't have a park near home, survey says

10 million people in U.S. don't have a park near home, survey says

The Trust for Public Land says not having a park near your home can lead to more stress, depression, poor mental health, an increase in health issues relating to inactivity and can also cause people to be more vulnerable to extreme weather conditions.

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